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actinides

(actinoids) The name of the group of elements with atomic numbers from 89 (Actinium) to 103 (Lawrencium).
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In 2012 D'Angelo and Spezia [6] published a review of the hydration of lanthanoids and actinides from both theoretical and experimental aspects.
the intended use of suction is to perform liquid-liquid extraction processes (extraction, washing, stripping) for the chemical separation of actinides and fission products.
In the past, a nuclear transformation experiment was carried out on minor actinides, or "heavy" nuclear waste, at the Joyo experimental fast reactor in Oarai, Ibaraki Prefecture, but the upcoming experiment will be the country's first using fission products, or "light" nuclear waste.
DELTA]I = 1 staggering in octupole bands of light actinides Beat patterns.
Xenon gas which inhibits fission in solid fuel reactors bubbles off so long-lived actinides fission, leaving waste that only requires a few hundred years' storage.
Here we demonstrated the separation of minor actinides using complex conjugates of MNPs with diethylenetriamine-pentaacetic acid (DTPA) chelator.
There is an additional double row below the main table, the lanthanides and actinides, which are actually fifteen columns of Periods 6 and 7 which have been cut out of the main table to save horizontal space.
A couple of features that could be improved were the elements of repetitiveness when considering the lanthanides and actinides.
Coordination chemistry; metal complexes transition metal chemistry with lanthanides and actinides (a textbook for graduate and post graduate students of all Indian, Asian and foreign universities).
The actinides and porphyrins modulate RNA folding and catalyse its ribozymal action.
Lithex tenements cover areas which contain the valuable transition metal minerals including tin, tantalum, niobium, alkali metals including lithium, potassium and with scope to define rare mineral lanthanides and actinides -- rare earth minerals.